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    Default Polk SR124DVC with MTXTE801D

    I've had this setup in my truck for a while but i never found the time to bring them to their full potential. The sub settings on my head unit (Pioneer DEHP590) are turned wayyy down but it still plays loud. (Is this a good setup?) Also, I'm having a little trouble with the settings on the amp (http://www.mtx.com/caraudio/products...rs/indexTE.cfm). Can anyone give me suggestions on what to set the amp to?

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    i have the 601d and the 1004

    U want bass boost off (turned all the way down)
    U want ur gain around half way.
    U want ur filter at around 75hz
    2013 Toyota Prius - Planning this one out.

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    Is that for your momo? Or do you have a SR? also, do you have your head unit settings turned down? this is also in a truck, should i have more airspace?

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